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OAK GROVE NEWS
(B? Mrm. William Wright)
Mi1. John D. Ware of Washington,
p. C., was the week-end gueet of
hi# brothers, Messrs James 8. audi
Mr. and Mrs. Lee T h nonet) u if and
children of PUtterson Grove were
the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. |
J. O. Champion.
Mrs. Horace Bell end daughters.
Carol,.?, u.'.d Naltc) l/uuiw, spent
Tuesdsy visiting th?> former's par
of 'Patterson Grove.
Mr a id Mrs. Walter l^dford aud
children were Sunday visiters of
Mr. and Mrs Sam Bell. i
Mr. William War?f old w>?. Hilly.'
of Moores villi*-, wet# Saturday gueatnj
of Hie Johuer'? brother Mr. James
3. Ware and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Wilson of Shel,
by moved into the house recently va'
First Monday Night
In Each Month
TO THE PEOPLE OF
I am determined to, employ i
people as I need and am alio1
fails to have among its citize
will then be time for me to c
Third, I shall not sell the n
Senatorship to anybody or ai
'alien" trading with the War
cigarette which I may or ma
am your representative the ti
remain vested in the people c
your Senator, responsible to
of any interest, save the inte
Fourth, .1 shall not follow t
liam Klandolph Hearst, arch
velt, or any other foe of pro,
get my publicity on the basis
ments or do without publicit;
Fifth, I shall not, through <
?U of liquor, offer any silly bills
|j given to dumb animals; but i
$ to the serious problems of St
our intelligent people, by reJ
!sort of liquor laws they may
Sixth, I shall not for montl
of Norih Carolina to the dis<
ginia or anybody else, but sh
who elect me. My office shall
.?. who have business with me d
Seventh, I shall not belittle
by bouncing about the count
96-year old man who has bee
His accomplishment is suffici
| do not consider it the functio
to his advertisement.
Eighth, I shall not promise
group to have one of their m
repudiate that promise, but,
the American Legion, I shall
sympathetically and personal
Ninth, I shall not be the r
r\X fAii Lnrl T r?L n 1
vaxvuiiu cvci uau, anu 1 onai
| gating the Virgin Islands. Th
coast of my State, and I feel
when I say that I should lik<
I those investigations will nc
Tenth, I shall not be a resic
years and a resident of Nort!
he available to the people of
years when I am not a cahdi
jj am. And when I make speed
Carolina or any other State ]
own auspices or that of the I
| toe your office to propagand
f league or group of self-seeki
S (Tbe *bcrve were taken from bis ope
9 WPTF to fte inlerent of bf? Candid.
caled by Mr. and Mm Buette Whttt
Mfasa Kathleen Lovelace enter tail
ed a large number of the young folk
with a tnarahmaliow toast FY Ida;
Mr. and Mr*. Tony Ledford o
Cherryvllle are spending eotne timi
vUdthig the former's Meter, Mrs
Crawford Lovelace and family.
Mrs. W. P. Lovelace has been se
riously ill for the past week. Hei
many friends wish for her a speed]
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Glover. Mr
and Mrs. Clyde Clover of Srelby
were Sunday afternoon? visitors ol
Mr Pul. TVrm i i i s?
Growers Apply For
Applications liom growers whe
wish ?*; have their fields of- anial
gtaih certified should be sent to th?
N'. C. Crop I improvement Association
t State College by May 1.
Boflcre Seed can be certified, salt
A. l>. Stuart, extension seed spec!
alist, the fields hi wbfich it growi
must be inspected by reprefientativ
es of the assocfcalfon.
Other tests, srueh a? checking tot
purity and germination, will be
nxade later. .
rirst, I shall not make my
liden speech in the United
Eites Senate in support of
r rooms for the District of
lumbia, nor will my last
eech be in advocacy of the
:ablishment of a race track,
vill devote my time and engies
to the real and defi:ely
serious questions conjnting
our Nation. "
Jecond, I will not have as
r secretary ja citizen of Viriia
or of any other State
cept North Carolina. I am
t only confident I can, but
:rom my native State such
wed. When North Carolina
nship the brains I require it
ome home and retire from
ame and dignity of youi
ny concern, be it a slick
Department or a brand oi
y not smoke. As long as 1
tie to that office shall be and
>f North Carolina. I shall be
you and beyond the touch
rest of the people of our
he sensationalism of Wilenemy
of president Roosegressive
government. I will
of constructive accomplishif
concern over the free access
3 providing that it may be
nstead will give my thought
ate and Nation and exped
ferendum, to determine the
is at a time leave the affairs
2retion of a resident of Viruall
myself serve the people
be open, not closed, to those
luring office hours,
the. dignity of your Senator
ry advertising myself and a
ome the father of a baby,
ent reward unto itself and 1
n of a Senator to add
the veterans or any other
ember in my office and then
being myself a member of
help them with their affairs
nost costly Senator North
1 hnvo nn intorocf in invocf i.
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iere are many islands off the
the impulse of consistency
5 to investigate them, but
it cost the taxpayers any
lent of the world for five
h Carolina for one, but shall
my State just as much in
date as in the years when 1
lies to the people of North
I shall make them under my
democratic party. I shall not
ize the ambitions of any
Hug ispeech made to Raleigh ore*
y tor the United State* Senate.)
r LUTHERAN CHURCH
. L. Boyd Htmm, Pastor
Bible School 10:00. W. K. Mautwey,
' Service* for the 2nd Sunday after
'Morning 11:00. sermon: Knowtag
' Evening 7:30, serauon: Deliverance
But tier Leagues meet Sunday even
Ing d:3U. .
'. Boy Scout*. Trcaop 2, Monday
[saint likes ?
j . fiible s.U ol 10:00. James Lackey.
, Rev. P I). Patrick. Pastor
I 0:45 a. M. Sunday School. C. P.
. Tiicmasson. Supt.
,| 11:00 A M. Morning Worship.
; 0:45 P. M. Young Peoples Meeting
1 7:30 P. M. Evening Woretoip. t
KlArtHav 7*1A P M Rnv - ArAiifsJ
' jTroop One, Carl Davddscn, Scout*
1 master, Harry Page, Jack Orrnand,
Wed. 7:30 P. M. Prayer meeting at
! Margrace Community House.
llev. W. M. Boyce, Pastor
Bible School at 10:00.
Morning Worship at 11:00. 8ermon
by the pastor.
Evening Servtfce at 7:30. The pastor
Junior christian Union meets at
Intermediates and Young People
meet at 6:30. M*.
4-Week Service each Wednesday
evening at 7:30.
Rev. E. W. Fox, Pastor
9:45 Sunday school, B. S. Peeler.
11:00 The subject for the morning
sermon by the pastor will be "The
Ever Present Christ."
8:00 Please note the change ot
hour tor the evening service to 8:00
o'clock. Come and hear the young
people and Juniors stag and hear
the sermon, by thee pastor on "Know
Park-Grace M. E. Church
C. P. 8elf, Pastor
Sunday School 9:46 A. M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.
Epworth League 0:16 I". M.
Evening Worship 7:15 P. M.
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:15 PM
i Everyone > Welcome.
; METHODIST CHURCH
A. P. Connor, Pastor
Sabbath School 9:45 A. M.
Preaching at 11:00 and 7:15 P. M
1 W. Y. P. S. 6:00 P M.
! Prayer meeting each Wednesday
[ evening 7:15.
Rev. W. A. Parsons, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Preaching Services 11 a. m. ami
i 7:30 P. M. ,
Epworth League 6:30 p. m.
j Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30
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I Shoes Repaired The
Half Soles and Heels
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The finest quality mate
ials. All -work fully guar
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' JudKe Audle A. Powell of Shelby
who ha/s served as County Recorder
tor the past four months has announced
as a candidate for re-elec(Don.
JudKe Powell is a native bom
citizen of Cleveland County, a former
school teacher, lawyer for tha *
pest four years, a gradmate of Wake
Ftores-t, nnd reared on a Cleveland |
County farm. He eeeks re-election I
on the record of the satisfactory (I
manner he has conducted his Court. i|
A cordial invitation to woroblj
First Baptist Church
S Angus O. 8argeant, Pastor
Sunday Morn tag Worship 11:00.
Regular Evening Service 7:30.
Sunday School 9:45.
The W. M. U. will hold its regular
monthly meeting. Monday afternoon
at 3:00 o'ckck 4n the Berean Class
roim. The-Heck Bostie Circle will be
in charge of the program.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. C. C. Parker, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 each Sunday.
Preaching 11 a. tn, and 7:30 p. m.
Macedonia Baalist Church
J. V. Frederick, Pastot
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
B. T. U. 6:45 p. m.
Evening Worship 7:00 p. m.
Preaching 11:00 A. M. and T P Is.
7:00 p. ta.
Prayer service Wednesday evening
Feed, brooder fuel, and chlcke ooati
$35.50, leaving & net return on more'
than one dollar for each dollar In-:
APRIL 28th an
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I Mothtr-tblnk of itf Nine- Mhr from bis wont tmmy,
I tsotks of all the hospitals io* oniaJ^pi protect bis skln
I portant la maternity work sgainst lafectioa. Ohm your
I now ghm their bablaa a body* baby this greater safety. It'a
I nib avary day with bfannan so important! Buyabottleof
I AatfeapocOill Why? Bacausa Manaaa Aatlsaptlc Oil at
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* Tt, on nrrnr ikn H<>lieiniia HfltidwirhcR at Griffin I
Drug Store in the last issue of Tne Herald were
advertised at 10c each, this price should' have
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GET YOURS NOW (THEY'RE
ONLY THREE I
MORE DAYS I
this month in which to list your taxes?Do not 1
I wait until the last minute. All tax returns must I
be in by April 30. Failure to list imposes a penalty I
E. L. CAMPBELL, I
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